Geoffrey Dickens

Deputy Research Director

Geoffrey Dickens is the Deputy Research Director at the Media Research Center. He currently writes for all of the MRC's publications and outlets including MRC.org, Newsbusters.org, Notable Quotables and has contributed to past projects including MediaWatch and MagazineWatch. Dickens has made several appearances on radio talk shows around the nation. His articles have been featured on many websites including the Drudge Report. You can see them here.

Born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia this native Washingtonian briefly left the area to earn a degree from Indiana University's School of Journalism. When he's not monitoring the media's liberal bias, Dickens can be found rooting for his beloved Washington Redskins, Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals and Indiana Hoosiers.

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Author Articles

Laura Ingraham Throws Down With Matt Lauer on Today

Laura Ingraham didn't waste any time getting into it with NBC's Matt Lauer, on Monday's Today, as the conservative talk show host and author took Lauer, his colleague George Lewis and MSNBC to ...

NBC's Curry Hectors McCain to Condemn Palin's 'Incendiary Language'

Picking up the Democratic line that her MSNBC colleagues started repeating yesterday, NBC's Ann Curry, on Thursday's Today show, continually harangued Senator John McCain about Republican ...

Chris Matthews Accuses Republicans of 'Criminal' Incitement

Does Chris Matthews want Republican congressman arrested? On Wednesday's Hardball he actually posed that possibility to Democratic Congressman Chris Van Hollen, as he blamed GOP rhetoric for ...

Today Trumpets: 'Obama Celebrates New Bill As Right Wing Rants'

During a segment headlined: "Health Care Extremes, Obama Celebrates New Bill As Right Wing Rants" NBC's Kelly O'Donnell, on Wednesday's Today show, painted a stark contrast of cheery Obamacare ...

NBC's Vieira Taunts Republican DeMint: 'Is It Now Your Party's Waterloo?'

At first glance it appeared Today viewers were in for a balanced segment with NBC's Meredith Vieira interviewing both Republican Senator Jim DeMint and Democratic Senator Dick Durbin about the ...

NBC's Holt to Steele: 'Do You Want To Be In a Position of Taking Something Away?'

NBC's Lester Holt, substitute hosting for Matt Lauer on Tuesday's Today show, questioned Michael Steele about the GOP taking a risk in its opposition to Obamacare as he explained a lot Americans ...

Vieira Repeats Democratic Line of the Day: 'Historic Legislation'

NBC's Meredith Vieira opened Monday's Today show declaring, "Good morning. It passed. Congress approves historic legislation to reform health care" and then a few seconds later noted, "Democrats ...

Kelly O'Donnell Advances NBC News Company Line On Obamacare Poll

NBC's Kelly O'Donnell, on Wednesday's Today, advanced the NBC company line on the results of a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll on Obamacare as she reported "Americans are evenly divided." ...

Matthews: Unlike MSNBC and CNN 'There's Absolutely No Debate' on Fox News

Last night it was the Republican Party that was caught in the crosshairs of Chris Matthews, which he accused of being too "narrow." Well on Tuesday's Hardball, the MSNBC host turned his sights on ...

Matthews Casts GOP as 'Narrow, Little, Nasty Don't Do Anything Party'

Chris Matthews, on Monday's Hardball, decried the GOP for obstructing Obamacare as he scolded the Republican Party as "nasty" and "narrow in it's appeal" and strangely accused it of no longer ...

NBC Reporter's Idea of Balance: Dem Voices Outnumber GOP 4 to 1

NBC's Savannah Guthrie gave little time to the GOP view on health care, on Monday's Today, as the reporter offered only one soundbite to a Republican compared to four Democrats in favor of the ...

Scarborough Sex Scandal Double Standard On Hastert vs Pelosi

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, on Friday's Today show, remarked how similar the Eric Massa case was to the Mark Foley sex scandal in 2006, and back then Scarborough went with Matt Lauer's premise that ...

Dan Rather Apologizes for 'Watermelons' Comment

HDNet's Dan Rather, in a piece for the Huffington Post, apologized for his use of the word "watermelons" during a segment about Barack Obama's ability to pass health care, that was aired on the ...

E! Talk Show Host Chelsea Handler Calls Sarah Palin 'Really Stupid'

Late night talk show host and author Chelsea Handler was invited on Tuesday's Today show to plug her new book Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang and couldn't leave the show without taking a dig at earlier ...

NBC's Curry Prompts Ventura to Claim Bush Admin Knew About 9/11

NBC's Ann Curry invited former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura to promote his new book of conspiracy theories, on Tuesday's Today show, and pressed the former professional wrestler to throw out ...

Matt Lauer Gets Combative with Karl Rove on Today

In the final and easily most combative portion of Matt Lauer's three-part exclusive interview with Karl Rove, the Today co-anchor assaulted the former White House advisor, on Tuesday's Today, with ...

Dan Rather: 'Articulate' Obama Couldn't Even 'Sell Watermelons'

HDNet's Dan Rather stepped on one mine after another in the racial minefield that exists when talking about the nation's first black President as the former CBS anchor, on the syndicated Chris ...

Karl Rove Calls Out Stupid Journalists Who Believed the Worst About Him

In part one of his exclusive interview with Karl Rove NBC's Matt Lauer, on Monday's Today, plucked out a page from the former White House adviser's new memoir where Rove went after journalists ...

Lauer Previews Exclusive Sitdown with Karl 'The Divider' Rove on Today

On Friday's Today show NBC's Matt Lauer offered viewers a sneak peak of next week's exclusive interview with Karl Rove in a highlighted portion of the interview Lauer asked Rove if he was pleased ...

Tom Brokaw Sniffs: Public is 'Very Confused' About Obamacare

NBC's Tom Brokaw, in searching for a reason as to why Obamacare faced so much opposition, on Thursday's Today show, determined it was because the people can't quite grasp it, as he sniffed: "The ...